SketchUp is easy to learn 3D and powerful drawing tool and modeling software. Developed for the conceptual stages of design, SketchUp is powerful and easy to learn tool 3D modeling software that combines a set of drawing tools with an intelligent system that streamlines and simplifies 3D design simple but robust.
Edges and faces: That's all that she
Every SketchUp model is made up of just two things: edges and faces. The edges are straight lines, and faces are the 2D shapes that are generated when several edges form a flat loop. For example, a rectangular face is bound by four edges which are attached together at right angles. To build models in SketchUp, edges and faces are drawn using some simple tools that can be learned in a small amount of time. It's as simple as that.
Push / Pull: Quickly go from 2D to 3D
Extrude any flat outside into a three-dimensional shape with the Push / Pull tool SketchUp patented. Just click to start extruding, move the mouse and click again to stop. You can push / pull a box in a box. Or draw the outline of a staircase and Push / Pull 3D. Do You want to make a window? Push / pull a hole through its wall. SketchUp is recognized for being easy to use, and push / pull is the reason why.
Accurate measurements: Work with precision
SketchUp is excellent for working fast and loose in 3D, but it is more than just a fancy electronic pencil. Because you are working on a PC, everything you create in SketchUp has a precise dimension. When ready, you can build models that are as accurate as need be. If desired, you can print scaled views of your model, and if you have SketchUp Pro, you can even export your geometry to other programs like AutoCAD and 3ds Max.
Follow Me: Create complex extrusions and lathed forms
SketchUp is used innovatively do everything Follow Me tool to create 3D forms by extruding 2D surfaces along predetermined paths. Modeling a bent pipe by extruding a circle along a line L-shaped drawing Create a bottle half of its outline, then using Follow me to sweep around a circle. You can even use Follow Me to round off (fillet) edges on things like handrails, furniture, and electronic equipment.
Paint Bucket: Apply colors and textures
You can use the Paint Bucket tool SketchUp to paint your model with materials like colors and textures.
Groups and Components: Build smarter models
By "sticking together" parts of the geometry in your model to make Groups, you can create sub-objects that are easier to move, copy and hide. The components are very similar to groups, but with a handy twist: copies of Components are related together, so changes you make in one are automatically reflected in all others. Windows, doors, trees, chairs and millions of other things benefit from this behavior.
Shadows: Perform shade studies and add realism
Powerful, real-time Shadow Engine SketchUp lets you perform accurate shade studies on your models.
Sections: See inside your models
You can use the interactive features of SketchUp have to cut temporarily out parts of your design, enabling you to see inside. You can use Sections to create orthographic views (as flat), to export geometry from CAD programs using SketchUp Pro, or just to have a better view of your model while you are working on it. Section planes can move, rotate and even animate using SketchUp scenes feature.
Scenes: Save views and create animations
We have created scenes so you can easily save precise views of your model so you can return to them later. Need to create an animation? Just create a couple of scenes and click a button.
Look around and Walk: Explore your creations firsthand
SketchUp can get inside your model with a set of simple navigation tools designed to give you a first-person view. Click the camera for "standing" anywhere in your model. Use look around to turn your virtual head. Finally, switch to walk to explore your creation on foot; you can even climb and descend stairs and ramps, just like you are playing a video game.
Dimensions and Labels: Add information to your designs
You can use the size of the label and super-intuitive tools for adding dimensions, annotations and other glorious detail of their work.
Instructor: Catch quickly
dialog box SketchUp instructor, you can choose to activate at any time, provides context-sensitive help.
Layers and the Outliner: Stay organized
When you're building a big, complicated model, things can cause problems very quickly. SketchUp provides two useful ways to keep your geometry manageable:
Google Earth: See your models in context
SketchUp and Google Earth are part of the same product family, meaning you can exchange information between them easily. Need a building site for your project? Import scale aerial photograph, including topography, directly from Google Earth to SketchUp by clicking a button. Want to see your SketchUp model in context in Google Earth? Click another button, and you can. Anyone can use SketchUp to create models that can be seen by anyone in Google Earth.
Tools sandbox: Fieldwork
tools sandbox SketchUp to create, optimize and alter 3D terrain. You can generate a smooth landscape of a set of level curves imported, add berms and valleys for runoff, and create a building pad and driveway.
3D Warehouse: Find models of almost anything you need
Trimble 3D Warehouse is a huge reservoir line 3D models that can search through when you need something. Why build something when you can download for free?
Import 3DS: step forward in its modeling
You can import 3DS files directly into your SketchUp models. Having furniture in 3DS format to use? Import it, then keep on trucking '.
Import images: Paint walls with photos
With SketchUp, you can import image files like JPGs, TIFF, PNG, and PDF. It can be used by themselves (something like posters), but you can also stick them to surfaces to create photo-realistic models of buildings, package designs, and more.
Export TIFF, JPEG, and PNG
SketchUp allows you to export images bitmap of up to 10,000 pixels square, so generating an image that can be sent in an email, post to a document or project on a wall is as easy as choosing a few options and clicking Export.
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March 02, 2016